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. by the time it gets up to eastern canada, it will be just a strong, low-pressure system. so getting into the colder waters. also running into what we call shear, which is ripping this storm apart. heading up east to new england. cape cod could see wind gusts over 60, 70 knots that way. there could be damage there. particularly damage probably happening all around the cape hatteras area. and minor damage also possible, even ocean city, where they have tropical storm warnings in effect. which means they could see wind gusts as high as 50 or 60 knots, right along the beaches. as you head inland, that's going to be a lot, lot less. >>> coastal flood advisories through the morning. because of higher-than-normal tides. 1 to 3 feet above normal is what we expect. but that will quickly change during the day tomorrow. tim has a look at how that will be affecting our region. >> reporter: as bob just mentioned, the track of the storm is going to be about 150 miles offshore. and there's a good reason that ocean city, delaware are only seeing tropical storm warnings. it's all because of the wind
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